Efficiency in Learning Evidence-Based Guidelines to Manage Cognitive Load
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Description: This guide is a practical resource for instructional professionals such as trainers and educators. It shows how to apply the strategies that originate from Cognitive Load Theory (CLT), and combines understanding of theoretical learning mechanisms with practical research-based guidelines.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/16/2005
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
|Contents of the CD-ROM|
|An Introduction to Efficiency in Learning|
|Cognitive Load and Efficiency in Learning|
|The Psychology of Efficiency|
|Basic Guidelines for Managing (Irrelevant) Cognitive Load|
|Use Visuals and Audio Narration to Exploit Working Memory Resources|
|Focus Attention and Avoid Split Attention|
|Weed Your Training to Manage Limited Working Memory Capacity|
|Provide External Memory Support to Reduce Working Memory Load|
|Use Segmenting, Sequencing, and Learner Pacing to Impose Content Gradually|
|Transition from Worked Examples to Practice to Impose Mental Work Gradually|
|Instructional Guidelines for Imposing Relevant Cognitive Load|
|Put Working Memory to Work with Germane Load|
|Tailoring Instruction to Learner Expertise|
|Accommodate Differences in Learner Expertise|
|Use Rapid Testing to Adapt e-Learning to Learner Expertise|
|Cognitive Load Theory in Perspective|
|Applying Cognitive Load Theory|
|The Evolution of Cognitive Load Theory: A Personal Perspective|
|All About the Numbers|
|About the Authors|
|List of Figures and Tables|
|How to Use the CD-ROM|